It's been seven good months since The Sims 4 came out. It's fair to say it received some hefty criticism from critics due to a lack of content in comparison to its' predecessors. However, comparing it to The Sims 3, is it actually that bad? Did it lose more than it introduced?
The Sims 3, I'll admit, was the first Sims game I bought. It introduced a number of things that expanded on The Sims 2. It introduced the open world format, more customiseable sims and expanded on The Sims 2 in pretty much every single way. The Sims 3 managed to keep me entertained for a full year before I even considered buying expansion packs. Now, The Sims 3 was nowhere near flawless. It was plagued with performance issues and bugs, which deterred many people from …Read more >
The Sims 3 had a mighty eleven expansion packs that followed it, just to keep fans of the series tied on. Here I'll list them from my least favorite to my favorite, though they are all enjoyable in their own way. Note: This is only my opinion.
11: The Sims 3: World Adventures (2009)
'This expansion released just several months after the base game was about visiting different holiday destinations and completing missions there. On paper, that sounds like a reasonable premise. However, this expansion was not as good as it could've been for a number of reasons, most notably that the holidays seem like immense burdens. Costing several thousand simoleons, they require you to, at times, spend days in a tomb or cave just to get one object. Though th…Read more >